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Wm. ilattich. Editor and Proprietor.
Major ... p.jn. Warnekros
Chief of FoUce. fti. Doyle
Rnt Ward - -
Second Ward -, llacob Miller
HilrdWard - - F. W. Downs
Fourth Ward - - - V. K. Waidwel
fteria - i - C. 5. Fly
Treasons - - J. V. Vickers
Recorder - - A. Wentworth
District Attotne - O. W. Swain
Probate Judge - W. F. Bradley
Clerk District Court - - Scott White"
Surveyor - - - - H. G. Howe
Assessor - - '.A. Bright
Cti Vmnllnnr - - F- . F. Duncan
L. P. FISHER, at Merchants' Exchange
a H. KELLOGG, No. 310 Pine street.
Room 57 and 58, San Francisco.
E. C DAKE. room 65. Merchant Exchange,
GEO. P. ROWELL. 10 Spruce St. Nr
N. W. AVER & SON. Philadelphia.
AH transactions made by the above named
persons will be complied with at the PROS
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Six Month 6 00
ThxeeMonths 3 00
Delivered by Carriers for 25 cento
CIT? AND CODNTf OFFICIAL PAPER
Tombrtone is a natural sanitarium,
n.i health teekera cannot find a bet
ter health giving climate than rigbt
J tut keep your eye on tbo mines in
Cochise county. The prospects were
naver better for that most important
The eastern prees does not appear
to think that there is any reasonable
show for statehood for the territories
The gentleman who attended the In
dianapoliconferancedmH that there
Is something wrong with the mone
tary system 01 the rountry, and have
appointed a committee to find out
what it is.
The Sunset Limited train which pas
ses Benton twice a week going east or
west is by far the finest and most mag
nificent transcontinental passenger
train in extitance. It is incomparable
unexcelled and unequalled. No ex
pense hai been sparest to make it per
fect in every respect, and all that
human skill or science could invent
and apply to make it absolutely fault
less has been applied. Luxury and
beauty have been combined with
strength and safety, and, meteor like,
it spans tbo continent, annihilating
time and space in its marvelous night.
All who. hare had the pleasure of a
trip on this train unhesitatingly pro
nounce it the very finest in the land.
A ticket" on this costs no more than
on the regular train.
For further particulars and any in
E. 8. WEBSTER,
Agent at Beneon,
Or T. H. GoodmaK,-.
U P. A.. Sn Francisco.' 7
Two Cups inc
Choice, tender, young
tea leaves, the first pick
ings of the crop prop
erly cured and packed as
soon as picked never
touched again until open
ed by the consumer. Re
suit, the . fragrance and
strength of two cups of
ordinary tea in one cup
Pride of Japan.
A$k your grocer for it
AL J. BRANDENSTEJN ic CO.
Sj3 F:aclsco ana Vdcetuca
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What Are We Here For?
Yn5r yXs J issMk
THE FUN OR THE MON?
From the expression upon our friends face he is
evidently here for neither but as for us
"WE ARE HERE FOR BOTH.
We are handling '
itjrjuvh: siddall,s soap
Which for easy and perfect washing cant'-be beat.
Cottolene Cotioiene - Cottolene.
That perfection for shortening purposes is
giving general satisfaction We have it in
3. 5, and 1 0 Pound Pails
are velYsupplied with
for use during this hot
Boned Turkey, Boned Chicken, Ecast Turkey, JRoast
Chicken, Sardines of all kinds, , Canned Soups in
variety, French, Enelish'and American Mackeral
in cans, Brook Trout in either Tomato or
Mustard sauces, Deviled Turkey,
Chicken, Tongue, and Ham, Ham
burger Eels in Jelly, Boston
Baked Beans plain or ir
Tomato Sauce, An7
Jmany other Goods
Also ir regular receipt 01 Holland, j LimDuiger and
Jon't Forget that we are cle -ents for ToTibstone and
IB' Santa's Seal Brand flee.
DORNFM Of S1X1R
prepared goods of all kind
weather consisting of-
ANT ALLEN S1REEEB
CHAS, BULOTTI, Propr
Choicest line 01 Wines and
Imported and DometlU Cigan,
Courteous Attention to Patront.
Allen, bet. 4th & 5th. Tembsioue
Dealers in Bourk't Irish and Scotch
Whitley, and Other Well A'notcn
Brandt. A Specialty made
of bett Clarett and IFine.
Billiard Parle r in Connnection and the
Cedes Place in Town.
Allen, bet. Gth & 7th, Tombstone
J . A. KOSKA Proprietor.
Fin! Stock of Winet, Liquors and
Cigars in the Territory.
PRIVATE CLUB ROOMS ATTACHED.
Best and Purest Brands of Whiskies
Brandies and Wines kept Con
stantly on Hand.
I"ott tcif Find "AV of Tiome-, on Alter.
St. bet. 4th and 5th.
J. N. McDONOCGH, Prop.
7ms Finest and Bett Htled Billiara
Parlors in the City.
Importer of the Best Wines, Liquors
Billiard and Pool Tables in Conjunc
tion. Mixed Brinks a Speeialty.
Private Club Boom.
Allen, bet. 4 th & Stb.Tombston
In the Probate Court of the County of Co
chise. Territory cf Arizona.
In the mater of the estate of Emma ilolcombe.
Pursuant to an order of said court, made on
the 17th day of September, A, 0. 189a, notice is
gtren that Friday, the yhday of Octobrr, A. D
s8o6, at 3 o'clock p. m. ol said dav, at the court
ror m of said rourt, at the court house in the
city of Tombstone, ard county of Cochise, has
been appointee! as ths time and place for pror
wx the will of sid Emma Holcombe, deceased.
and for hearing the apsliration ol W. F. N'ich
01 for the issuance to r im of letters testamentary
vihen and where any person interested may ap
pear and contest toe same
W. F. BRADLEY,
S-iE-tf l'.x.officie Clerk
WAITED SOLICITORS FOR CAM
PA1GN lluok "Bryan bewail and Free Silrei'a
authorized by Bnran written by R. L. Metcalf
ednor Omaha World Herald appointed author
by Bryan, contains speeches and platform. A
bonazr for agents; a tree siUer mine for stork,
crs; only 81 50; the only authorized book 50 per
cent; creflri gtren; treifK paia;onrnttree, rJeyn
now with choice of territory; permanent, profi
table work for '&. Address 1 he National Book
Concern Star buildinr Chicaro. ai
Tombstone, Oct, 23. 1896
TO .LL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Tale notice: That on the 58th day of Septem
ber. 1896, the firm af Hazlewood and Huddy,
doing bus nets at Pearce. cennty ot Cochise, A
T. mortgaged to Geo H Fjtts all the stock in
trade and personal property of said firm. Includ
ing the book accounts, and gave him possession
of tncsanir.-and she-same piopeny and book"
accounts were attached in the suit cf P H War
nckros. v IIa2lewood & Huddr
This is therefore to warn all persons vho are
indebted to said firm not to pay the same to the
said Haz!eood Huddy, cr either of theor, as
such payment will not be recngrized by us.
G. H. FITTS,
IP. B. WARNEKROS.
MILL FOE- SALE.
A ten-stamp mill oosklete. 6 rn. 3 set
tlers, an airiiatcr, loo iS-foot revolrinc concert.
tratcrs, 16x36 Ccrbs engine, two Icilirs, all in
good worVin" rder. Builcing nearly nrw
Can be moved as it close to railroad- . Must
de sold, and can be bought forjS.oco cash
Address kosplcios ce; Tombstone An
Notice is hereby riven that the duplicate
assessment roll ot the County of Cochise is now
in my possession for the collection ol taxes lev
ied for the year I80S in said crun'y
Taxes will brccme delinquent on the ad
Monday In Deem'xr 1896. and unless paid
before that dte a penally of five per cent wi
be added thereto.
Payment may' be made at my off e in th
county court house at Tombstone, during office
hours 9 a m to 13 m and 1 to 5 p n,
Treasurer and Ex-Officio Tax Collector
Tombstone, October 36, I896 est
1 wmSKAJJBtX eared sy Dr. KrW Tm
Hum. "Oaaoasft cdtW gV-
Consolidated National Dank.
H Xik'ouii, Ariaoim.
Caiiital Stock - - - $50,000.
M. P, FREEMAN, President,
W. C. DAVIS, Vice-President.
II. 0. TKNNEY, Cashlr,
Issues drafts available at any point in the
Unitrd States. Draws bills 01 exchange oj a
European cities, and nukes a sjxcia'ty of out-ol
town accounts with ind.i'l, firms and cor
oratbns. in.ai I'
FLY'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
Freroo t s'reet, opposi e Prospector,
Careful attention given to turning o t the
Finest views and pictures of all sites in
a most artist' manner, superior
Taken on short notice. Groups a s s
ally Chbiner, p m; til it.inli
USDERTAKlliO PitRljOSe OF
C. B. Tarbell
Coffins. Caskets. Robes. Etc.
From the Plainest to the Finest Made,
Tho Columbia Iron Caskets kept Con
stantly in stock.
Bodiet Temporarily or Permanently
Embalmed by the Late it Procett.
Mstono & Pearce
MAIL AND STAGE LINE.
FRANK BLATZ, - Prop.
Makes semi weekly trips to and from
Peatce ever- Wednesday and Sun
day of each week, making the round
trip in one day,carrjing U. S. mal
FARK, round trip - - S4
The National Matte Smelter.
A practical and simple method of xaattincr
smpniae orer, sues asnicvie, copper, gold ana
silver ores. In localities where lead ores and
fuels are scarce and almost unattainable, our
pyritic, water jacket Matte Smelter has been re
cognized with Lighty satisfactory results, and
has been thoroughly tested on various pratic,
sulphide and arsenide ores, in capacity of 2 to
80 tons per day. It is the most practical,
cheapest and simplest m'thed of gold and silver
ore matting and concentrating that is known
It requires no extrao-dinary skill, no lead ores,
no tluxmg material, ant no fuel of any kind for
the smeller alter it is started. The sulphur in
the ore is its natural fu I osly, and its cost has
no comparison with any other process of con
centrating We are prepared to furnish any size or capac
ity plant complete to substantial mining people,
set it up and furnish our men to run it for them
on easy payments. Price and specifications
furnished with references and testimonials on
NATIONAL ORE 4 REDUCTION Co.
5735 Cheltenham Avenue, St. Louis, Mo,
Manufacturers of Furnaces for .
Nickle, ICopper, Cold, Silver andJLead Ore
In Ihe Probate Court, County of Cochise JTer
ntory of Arizona,
P1THP ifiTTPD nrTiit? ttc-t-Krrvmfr-c
Emile Lenormand deceased;
Notice of Application for order of sale.
Notice is hereby gisen that Geo. If. Fitts
Administrator, has filed with the Clerk of this
Court a petition praying for an order of sale of
all real and persnnal property of deceased and
that the 5th day of, October. 1896, at 2 o'clock
p. m. of said day being a day if a regular term
of t is court to wit of the October term. IE96
at the Cochise county court boas', in Tomb
stone, county aforesaiJ, has been set for hearing
said petition, when and where any person inter
ested may appear and show ciose why the sali
said petition should net be granted.
W. F. BRADLEY.
Dated Sept. 5th 1806.
TO ALL WHOM IIT MAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given, that certain mining
claims called the Tam Bien, McGinty and Par
agon, situated in the Warren mining district,
and aboct one-half mile north-eastely from OV;
Holbrook hoisting works, and about the same
distance from the town of Bisbee, A. T. 1st. Ai
the above named claims we-r not located in
conformity with the U. S. mining law, there
fore; a second party, at a later date, relocated
the same in foil conformity with the above
named laws, and is fullr determined to nroteet
his rights. Therefore, all penona are cau
tioned not to bargain for, buy or lose, theaove
nameu claims. a; MS.SLK.
at5-VS Bisbee, A. T.
and Is the mall of colds and
sudden climtic changes.
It can bo cured by a pleasant
reroedr TAlcil U applied li
reeHy Into the LostrV B
Jngonlckly absorbed it civ
relief at nee.
Ely's Cream Balm
b acknowledged to be the sno.t thoroegts c&re i-ji
Ksast Catarrh, Coil In Head and Uy f ever of F.
aQsyt psln and lifa-rmftt tat . heals the ecres. pro
tecutb zoembrano from colds, restore the sentes
ELT BltOTOEKS. U Warren Street, yew Xot'
ALL PERSONS ARE CAUTIONED
against purchasing or negotiating a paper pur
porting to call for one hundred dollars, favor ol
John Gates and endorsed by me as same has
been paid, as I bold Mr. Gates receipt 5a
paper has been lostv T, B, CH VTTMAN
Pearco, Aug. 17 1800,
Garriage I Blacksmith
-orner Third an.I Allen.
The lnrgest "and Best Equipped EstaVl.sument of ita Kind in
All Hinds of Buggv, Wagon and
Woodwork IKTeatly and
:& h ft kmm h im:
UE.r.UIaVlll I E.IIf U
fgg Best Facilities for Doing All Kinds of
fei Repairing in Wood and Iron. None
but First-class Workmen
b?J OA I IOPMU I IUIN
I k3 f3"Full assortment of hardwood and iron for sale.
' fc i- fifi '' r 1 fi
O. L. OUMMINGS.
Wholesale and Retail Butcher,
COR. STH AND FKEMONT SIKEETS.
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Sausage, Bologna Pickled Trip
Choice Steaks, Roasts, etc. Experienced Cutters.
Free Delivery to all parts of the City. Your p atronage solicited.
A.T.TJIZ1S St.BETWEEIV 4th AIS - -Ttl.
First-Class Meals Pestof Attention; Eacia tiling in Seasoo
BOARD PER WEEK $7(0
THREE MEALS U0
SJNGLE MEALS "!'.'. 50
Dinners lor Scccta. Occasions a Specially Tiy a Meal at this Pocular Resor
F.rst-Class Coolcs enly Employed. Accommodations for Families
J CtKSAJJ. Proprietor.
TOMBSTONE GAS OO.
A. ASHMAN Lessee.
WELSBACH INCANDESCENT 3AS L.IGH1
In General Use throughout the United Stales and Europe, d successfully comp
iriR with Electricity, both in Brilliancy and Cost of Light. Uses Three Cub
Feet of Gas per Hour, and yields a Light of Sixty-Candle Power,
Equal to four ordinary butcers with double that amount of gas.
COST OJP LAIVIJP tssS.-rc
Placed in Position Without Extra Charge.
ofjfioi: i.-v isa:vk ihjii.imx.-. tohb'stosi;, aiiizo:- i;
J ass v 1. I 1
Corner Fourth and
ELEGANTLY EUICTSTISECEI ROOJIfe
fVigitora to this city will find the Cochise a superior hotel sod os
offering excellent accomodations.
A LARGE AaD COMMODIOUS SAMI'LE HOtlM M COMMERCIAL JIE'
All Modem Conveniences. Rates Moderate.
SAN JOSE HOUSE.
MRS. F. J. BEAN, Prop.
Centrally Located, Large, Clean anu '
Well Vintilated Rooms.
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FIRST CSASS IN EVERY RESPECT. PARLOR FOR (iUE
Ever thing Made Convenient Itr Guests Special Rates to Parties by the W ; , ;
cr Afonth. Rerovatcd Thtonghout.
SAMPLE ROOM FOB BBUMMEJiS. RATE!', BEASCSAB1 J
I NEWLY FURNISHED LARGE AIRY
1 ROOD'S. BEST ACCOMMODATION-
This Favorite Headquarters for Ccmmtrcial Men hasrccentl-v bfen nenlyatt: f;'
renovated and neatly furnished throughout
public Rooms ensnite and single. Prices
Everything fiirst-class Sample rooms for comnierial m
UUMttMIS I CCU.
r 1 - fi ci - f til - -
I.QP JIKS. A. ADAXSOxY
Mrs. S. GALLEN, Pi up
Ffftb bet,-Allen and Toug .lu.
Topnstoiiv, - A; izoa
whh special irfritr.ee to thetrae"
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